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i o say that malaria is tnischie
vous is to put it very mildly. It is
all that ana more. It is cunning,
deceitful, treacherous, sly, and un
derhanded. It does its work in the
dark, and in such a sly way that
much of the mischief is done Defore
it is discovered. It saps the found
ations of a healthy system. It robs
the blood of its vitality.demoralizes
the liver, confound3 the stomach,
and makes the victim wish he were
in his grave. It is sad to see people
sit down in their mibcry, content to
be the victims of mischievous mal
aria, and thinking that nothing can
be done for them. The power of
Brown's Iron Uitters over the
mischiefs of malaria has been so
amply proved that there is no rea
son why anybody who can procure
a botrie of this Prince of Tonics
shall suffer. Great is jhe power of
malaria, and great are its disastrous
effects. But greater f.ir is the benefi
cent influence of Brown's Iron Bit
tkks. The preparation of iron in this
favorite, family remedy can be taken
without ruining the teeth or producing
constipation and headache, I
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t tf The beet family pUi made iiawley'a Stomach and
limr till. tM, FlwwantlnaotloBandeaiiytotake.
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Bis: Rapids, Mich.,
Manufacture and Genera) Deal era In
Lumber, Lath and Shingles
Buy direct from the aw Mill, and
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delivered price on any grade of Lumber, etc.,
you need. UM-aud
It a ry lauraitloe bonk, aal hu twea proMflofti ta ay
taeuiaaifa who have rata It. It tiplatoa tha eriaelplaa of
Ufa aa aaith and tbi orlgla of diwiaaa, tmi ahoiil M ri
W all Ibioliil piapla, It watalnt ?laabla
(Mthi cart of Nerrona and Fhreli
Tltaltty, Sefeetlve Mamory. Deal
wtal trala of dltordar, brouht ea bv
arxtoaa t ilw preaailptlonafat Oatarrh, Berofola, ate.
A mpy of thia work atat by aull, teouraly aaalat, ana, kg
aaUraanaf tba author,
The Daily Bulletin.
OfriCK: NO. 78 OHIO UVKK.
OFFICIAL PAP lit OF ALEXANDER COUNTY .
KNTKRBO AT TUB CAIRO fOBTorriCB FOB
rBAMBMISBION THBOUOH THB MAILS AT ...
ShXOND CLASS SATES.
Tha New Orleans Times-Democrat es
timates the cotton crop of the southern
states for tbe present year, at 6,000,000
and the sugar yield at 200,000 hogsheads.
This is a much better yield than was ex
pected lit both products.
General Rosecrans has set on foot a
scheme to organize the Democratic roters
of the country in small groups and grand
armief, with a chief for each division, and
to collect 20 cents a year from every voter,
giving tbe campaign committee an annual
income of $1,500,000.
-Since Bill Nye severed bis connection
with the Laramie Boomerang by tbe aid of
the business manager and tbe back stairs,
the mercenary partner goes around accus
ing him of collecting $3,874.26 besides
cordwood and navy beans for subscriptions
without accounting for anything except tbe
cordwood and beans. Tbe paper even
speaks of him as "Light-Angered Bill" aud
boasts of netting along butter without him
than with him. This is doubtless true, as e
have not recently observed any stale lies
about mules floating around credited to tbe
The Democratic victory in New York
is a gratifying one for the Democracy, be
cause it was won under tbe most adverse
circumstances. Tbe party was divided and
detracted all along tneline, from Buffalo
to Long Island. There was an open revolt
against tbe bead of the ticket. There were
rival candidates and local quarrels at both
ends of the state. Tbe Republicans were
united for tbe spoils, and bad all the money
they could use to aid them. The figures
show that tbe Democrats carried the state
by about 20,000 average majority after
jsing it to the same candidates two yers
by 14,000, and that the rum-sellers' interest
elected Carr. Is the latter a success of
which Republicans csn sfLrd to boast
The following notice taken from tbe
Bloomington Eye, will be read with some
interest here because it refers flatteringly
to two young men who have many friends
here: "Frank Walker, tbe foreman of the
Bulletin job rooms, is just now attracting
great deal of attention among art-loving
people. He has recently completed a busi
nets card in colors that surpasses soj thing
of its character ever executed in Blooming
ton. Mr. Wslker is from Cairo, one of the
'importations' as Louie Burr called those
who came to this city with friend Oberly
wben tbe Bulletin was first launched upon
the turburlent sea of journalism. Walker
is ao ambitn us genius, who seems wedded
to his profession. lie is an apt scholar and
has a retentive memory and possesses tbe
rare powe of utilizing what comes within
his notice. His talent life not in one direc
tion, but covers the whole broad field of
the art of arts preservative. Mr. Je Butk,
also a Cairo gentlem to, has supervision of
the Bulletin's mammoth bindery, which is
probably the most complete of any in the
city. Mr. Burk is a master workman. Those
hsving stationary to print, or books or mag
azines to bind, ought to give the Bulletin a
call. Examine the fine work turned out by
Tbe official figures of the late New
York election are in at last, and tbey show
that the Republican rooster's crow was a
very previous affair end will be echoed
with a enormous groan. We would especi
ally call the attention of the Murphvsboro
Era, tbe Massac Journal, the Chester Trib
une and Barton's Free Press to the returns,
for these leading Republican papers mode
this section of country ring with their joy
ous though ill-considered shouts. The re
turns are taken from tbe New York Times,
a Republican paper, in order that Republi
cans may be convinced that there is no
deception, and they show that "Chnpin,
Dem., over Davenport, Repn 19,248; Max
well, Demy over Sexton, Rep., 18,391 ;
O'Brien, Dem., over Russell, Rep., 15,618;
Swet, Dem. over Seymour, "Rep., 24,818.
Rep., Dem, and Whisky Dealers' Plurali
ty: Carr, Reprover Maynard, Dim., 18,
818. Thia disposes of all question as to
who carried the state. In 1881 Davenport
was elected by a plurality ot 14,084, show
ing t loos this year of 83,837. Russoll was
elected in 1881 by 12,685 plaurality, show
ing a loss this year of 28,251. Seymour
was elected at tba same time by 6,710 plur
ality, showing a loss this year of 81,528.
The average Democratic plurality on the
four candidates this year is 19,517.
Tbe course of affairs in the east be
comes daily more and more replete with
material tor a general European war fire.
France's satisfaction at the magnitude of
tbe work cut out for England in Southern
Nubia and Kbordofan has proved a short
lived, as she sees the coming certainty of a
religious war in her strung-out possessions
on tbe South Mcditerrnean h'teral. The
negro race is first found at home along the
fifteen degree north parallel of. latitude,
but for many degrees south the majority of
the blacks sro fanatic Mussulmans and
ferocious soldiers. Tbe Arabs to their
noith are, without exception, ready to join
El Mahdi. ' News travels apace nowa
days even in tbe iiterior of Africa, and tbe
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNINU, NOVEMBER
story of Hick's defeat will provoke a gener
al attack upon tee Giaour wherever he be
fonnd. Strange to say, Moslem Hiodostan
will be the least affected of the Moslem
people by the story, for, first, the bigoted
Suni of tbe east dstests the heretical Sheah
of the west as tporougbly aa if he had no
Mohammedanism about him; and, second
ly, because be ia surrounded by fighting
races such as the Sikhs and Rajpoots, who
bate him worse thau they do tbe Christians.
Russia, Austria and Italy are directly in
terested in the dismemberment of any part
of the. Turkish Empire, and tbe British
ultimatum that it will allow no French
blockade in Chinese waters completes a
faggot some of whose sticks must inevitably
catch fire and cause a general blaze.
While our present Circuit Clerk Irvin
was sheriff of this county he gained the
reputation ol being one of the most indus
trious and successful criminal catchers in
this part of the country. II is remarkable
talent for remembering names, faces and
circumstances aided bim most, perhaps, in
running down or detecting the fugitives, and
this talent caused him only a short time ago
to recognize a man here as Jacob iligh
tower, a murderer who had escaped in 1877
from tbe Jackson county jail. lie arrested
Jacob and turned him over to tbe Jackson
county authorities. Tbe Carbondale Crit
erion-Democrat says of tbe crime and tbe
criminal, "tbe crime for which High tower
is wanted is known to many of our readers,
namely, the murder of W. D. Eendrick, at
Biskydell, in 1877. The murder was com
mitted at the instigation of his brother Pet,
then city marshall. After being arrested
they were confined in tbe county jail at
Murpbysboro. Pet was tried at the follow
ing term of circuit court as an accomplice
and received a sentence of 14 years in tbe
penitentiary. After the trial the brothers
escaped from jail. A year later Pet sur
rended himself. A motion for a new trial
was granted on the grounds that one of tbe
jurors had expressed an opinion. The de
fendant was admitted to bail and tbe iodic
ment was vu ashed. Jake has been at
large until captured by Detective Irvin at
Cairo. The murder was cold blooded and
heartless; but tbe chances for conviction are
very slim, as many of tbe witnesses are dead
or have moved away. Jake was taken to
Another Aadieace Desired for the Man
Who Lectures to His Wife.
It is, of course, mado by law part of
a wife's duty as such to listen patient
ly, and if possible intelligently, to the
evening complaints of her hut-band,
whether directed against hersolf or tho
noighbors, or society at larp?. It is
probabiy also hor duty, if her husband
OHpjieus to bo au "economist" or a
"f.liispt thinker," to listen without in
terruption or rroR-exaniination to any
sehf-mp for tlif improvomc-nt or re-organization
of th world that he m,y
like to' descant uwon whn the day is
over aDd the family ai'mhM for tho
eveninrr meal. It is a durv ia the vr-
forruancfl of which wives plav a noble
ami self-sacrificing part in life, and we
have no doubt that one reason why the
social revolution has dopu so lon post
poned is that so many of those who .
would otherwise have joined in it have,
by ventiug their wrath against society
upon their wives, or at least by pouriug
their wrougs into their wives' oars,
been so calmed and quieted, that they
have lost over and over again all desire
for a "new deal.'' No one who has
thought miifh about raarriaze can have
failed to notice that this is one of its
most beneficial pioeial effects. But then
marriage only supplies a domestic aud
ience, and a restricted one at that. An
audience consinting of a w ife may be
sympathetic, hut sympathy cannot make
up for lack of publicity the crying
need of anybody with a grievance.' Be
sides this, bachelors a growing, if not
au influential class have not even this
domestic resource, while cases are not.
infrequent where wives fail to do their
duty, ! and w hile keeping themselves
within the law, make it very unpleas
aut for husbuuils who undertake to en
tertain them with a tea-table account of
their wrongs, or of the means which
they would take to put down "mouop
oly." liad wives have even been known
to feign latigue and yawn on such occa
sions, and in the slang of the day sug
ge."ted that they are entitled to "a rest,
instead of listening with respectful
sympathy, as they ought. A'. l.Even-
W. F. Lambdih, mer eauorot iac Bitllktiic
and ateamboat paaaenirer agent. Ordera for all
ta .(.i..iulrai job printing aullcitod. OfHca
at Bower'a KnroDaan Bote). No. TS Ohio levee.
STaOIS OF THE RIVBB.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 8 p. m. 37 feet 6 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, Nov. 88. River 0 feet 1
inch and falling.
Cincinnati,' Nov. 88. River 80 feet 8 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, Nov. 88. River 0 feet 1 in
ch and rising.
Nashville, Nov. 88. River 18 feet 8 in
obes and rising.
Pittsburg, Nov. 28. River 8 feet 4 in
ches and falling. :
St. Louis, Nov. 28. River 10 feet 5 in
ches and falling.
,t RTTXB ITBMB. ,,
Tbe steamer Will 8. Hays leaves at noon
tc-day for Memphis, Vicksburg and Natch
ez. When she pulls out, be on tha wharf
s she will give us a Uttle specimen of how
a fsst steamboat can move, . it; required,
however, she will not make any attempt at
what she is capable of doing.
Later We had the Haya written to
leave ns advertised 4odar noon,- but since
writing the above notice announcing that
she would positively eare at noon to-day.
We have been informed that owing to some
repairs woich could Dot be completed, her
time of departure has been deferred until
Sunday, December 2.
The TJ. P. Schenck from Cincinnati ar
rived here at 8 o'clock last night and will
receive freight and passengers here to-day
for New Orleans any way points.
The Jas. W. Q-ff arrived here yesterday
morning at 9. She bad a good trip for
Memphis and way points and departed at
11 a. m. ,
The Henry Turner received some freight
here yesterday and departed for Memphis
at 10 a. m.
The Ella Kimbrough departed ' at 4 :80
p. m. for Oaceola with a fair trip.
The popular Andy Baum is duo this
morning for Cincinnati. See Agent W. F.
Lara bd in and secure your tickets.
TheOoldeo Crown for Cincinnat did not
leave Memphis until yesterday morning
and will not arrive here before midnight.
She bad a severe time of it, contending
with the fog and bad weather.
We are still betting that tbe Guiding
Star beats tbe Crown to Cincinnati.
Tho Hudson from St. Louis will report
heie this evening for Paducah and
Weather clear and pleasant yesterday,
River stdl rising with 27H feet on the
gauge, but will likely be on a stand by
The J. H. Uillinan trom Nishville is due
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg was
50 hours behind funs when she arrived at
Memphis. She will report here to nitfht
for St. L mis.
The City of Vicksburg will arrive here
on her way to St. Louis. She will beat the
We had no river column yesterday owing
to a business trip to St. Louis.
The City of St. Louis is due to-morrow
morning for New Orleans.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis is due
to-night for Vicksburg.
The Charles Morgan left New Oi leans
yesterday for Cincinnati.
Tho Paris C. Brown follows the U. P.
Schenck, nn l is the next BigO liner due.
She will arrive here from Cincinniti Satur
day tor New Orleans.
Emory Little Cathartic is tba beBt aud
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
Meicory hai prolncfd more mifrry ml made
mnrft r.rfnftlt'a than war. imatl'ence aud famine
...mHlti.it If nn hv nni hVnftd daeaae or kn
k.im. r It ta von'r rtaiv to tout 'lt and Doitvrttj to
taie the only vecotajie cure, which i Swift's
Swift 'a Soeclflr ha rellered me of Ma!aial
Blood 1'oleon after I had heen coudnori to tho
hone for live mnutba and b d heen do-eflwiin
bins ma, culomel anil other nolaunoiia d- fa
until 1 wi in (1.rlr 8lff Hpc1flc t the
temedvfur thia tt'nd of biood poleon.
CM. CLAHK, Agt. South' ro. Ufo Tna Co
At ant, Q
I bare been Qftiog for a month or two In my
houaeholrt, "-wlft'a ttpectflc (9. H. 8.) the ureal por
tion of It haying rwen consumed br "hu fe m.lo
portion f mv fjinlly, and with ibe harplrt ru
aalta. I'-actrdlt e a charm on my wlf.-. who hud
bean In had hea:th for a longtime, iind for whom
Ihara paid hundreds of dnHara for doetora aud
medicines. It hpuan to build her np from the flrat
doae. Another female mi-mber of my fara ly took
it with eqnally atlaf-rtorv reaulta It ia certiln
ly tha bet tonic for delicate ladlea that I hate ever
naed, and I nave trl d them all. I have no douht
thatwRnt ofeie else, close confinement in poorlv
ventilated bouaea, eewer gaa p iaon and malarial
polaon often prodn- e tlcLnes among our wives,
daagritert nd eieters, and I bellere Swift
Bptclfls 1 the remertv for all thia aort ofblnod
pot oning. F. L. JONb8, J. P. Qnltman, Ga.
TREATMENT OF CANCER.
For twe ntv yeara I have anfTered from a cancer on
the aide of my neck near tba aboold-r end exhaus
ted the whole catal. gnc of rmediea without any
relief. Tne cancer growing worse all the time. thi
whole npper part of my bony hecame "iff and full
Ofnaln. I bad virtually lol tbe ue of both arms,
my general health bail broken down and I raw It
was onlt a qneetion of lime when lifo it'elf would
be destroyed. Id th'e condlliou 1 coram -need the
B?eof Swift'" Specific. The flrat bottle relieved
tat of the atiffueea In the neck, the tecoiid gave me
fierfcct use "f my arma. and I feel strong and well
u every wty. I am a poor man but I wonld not
takf l.ooi for the goon I have ex perl, need with
hwlft's Specific. I believe it will force out all tbe
polaon and cured me.
W. K. RODISON. Davlsboro, Oa,
Onr treatte on Bloo 1 and 6k'D Disease! mulled
free to applicants
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NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Luclwia- & Co.
run oitors appiiM to tne suriace
hot dlaoolor the Skin, or lcnve
hss HO kqval f or the Core of RhrciAdtinrL SorA'is, Bruin.
Stiff Joints. Neuralcta, Lame Back, Croiops, ToV-ix-Atlio
Sot Throat Pain in the Limbs or lu ai'.y irt c( the O stein
ana is equally emcacioua ior an pain
requlrlna a powerful dlflusivo stimulant. tw JTrrn
Ask your Drnggist for It. Price Mots
Prrrfd nnlv irv vinnn B
Wholaaal PrugaHirt. 8T.
So Longer Needed.
Tha ol.i-fHfhlonad, alow-acting plaalera "mtit
an " l!nton'a Capaiie 1 otcna 1 laatvra nri. the
PATflW ",'t'r. ( deaiitni). H-imelhl'ng
L211ll0 g(M)d. Mrilled nu rocaltit of rents
in ftampil. HBAilNK t CU , P.O. Box 1 8t, N.Y.
W'ANTK I -Latiiea and yoanir. mcu wlnhlun 10
' earn SI to ) every dar ctilet'y at their hme;
wor'i l.irutahed : aent bv maf' : no canvaaattif!: no
atampa r quired for ri'Bly. rMrae addrfaa EDA'.
r. l'.wi.-j x hi., j oniu main or., run mvor,
Ely's Cream Balm.
t'ream Bivlm Uaa ealnod no etivlslile ropntailnn
wher-ver know i;diaaiaci!iKallo'hprpr'paratioua.
Send forelrruiar coulaiulug fui) I u fin 111 tio 1 and
reliable teetttnon ala. Hy mull, prepaid, Ml cenle a
packas atampe received, hold by all wholesale
and retell drnenl-ta. ELY'S 11KAM bAl.M CO..
Oweeo, New Y rk.
Vjc, Uyron, tOc, Mrs.
g. 56r.. Campbell. 4nc ,
6c., IMit, MM;., Urydej
SOc . Goethe. TiV., Otldamltb. 5e , Neman, &ic,
Iliad and Ody-ey, 70c , Uood, ;c, Initebw. 5tV..,
Keate, 'c Merdlth. Vr Mi'.ton, &r., Mo-ro,
)c , Pope fiPc. Poe, 4fc , tcbliler,4nc., 8cott, SOc
lnnyaon, rV)c., Yirgl'.aAc . and other. Finocloti
blndl'nn Stent for enmina Ion bnf .ro raynient
on oviiienieof good faith Cata;on free biT
old bv dear. joHN B AL1)1N, I'ublleher,
18 V e-ev St., y ew Yorlt.
I bavg a pnnUvarKsady for theabure diaaiae ; by Ita
nae thonasoda of can of the wnrat kind and of lona"
ataodin bave boea enrad. lodemj. aoatrona1 ia my
faith InTta flloa7, thM I will and TWO KO'fTLKS
FKKK. togetnar with a VALUA Rljf TKKATItK rm
tbla diaeax. to any aiifferor. G iva exprw and 1. O
addrea. Da. T. A. 8LQCU M. 1X1 raarlat.,Ww Tork
1l IK in Wl I HOUT A fMACHlIkl Snpera
III Uk'll lull nnl lnci'ii ijtiidi: t.) Kvyt r.f I iu'io
and Oman. Price $1 . V til tench anv perfmi
to play .0 piece of mnaic in one day Yon could
not iear . it Irotu a ta.cbr In 9 month for $. Try
it and be convinced (innipecopy wil b mailed
to any addreea 00 receipt of i'i tenia In sunip by
IIEAKNK 4 COPub lohera, P. p riot 1 IS , N .
I DURE FITS!
Whan I aar nra I do not mean marelr to atop them
forat i"f j tuera re'ornaf nip, 1 mejn a
Fidi'-alicrr. ! i. vahiada thediaaaaaoflnS, EPI
KPSYOB FALLING S.'CKNKRSalife-Umgetu.ly.
othera bavo tailed la noreaaon for no now reviving a
ciira. Bend at onoa for a l'reaiiie and a Free B"tt la of
my infallible reroody. Give Eapraea and Poatoffica. It
ooata you nothinaj for a trial, and I will cure you.
Addraaa Da. U. O. ROOT. la Pearl St., Maw York.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A recjivlar OrndnaH of two nied leal 1
Colleid's, h.ia rwen luiiuer engHpJ In the trent
ment of Ohronio, Nervoua, fUtn and
rUood DlsoKeea tbin any other physician In
Bt Loulb, as city rapera ahaw ami alloldreaU
denu know. Oini'.'taty.n .t mlirnor by mall,
free ami Invited. A frluuri'v talk or his opinion
coats nothtim. When It Ufneonveiiltfiit tovUlt
tho city .or treatment, inedlelnva can lie sent
by mall or ospr'aa t-vi'rvwhere. Ciii able eael
giihrauteed ; where doubt txlata 11 la frankly
staled. Call or Write
tTcrvona Prostration. Debility, Mental an!
Physical Weatoieis, Mercurial and other
affections of Tbroat, Skin and Sones, Blood
Impnritiea and Blood Pui&oniEg, Skin Alfec
tlons, Old Sores ard Ulcera, Iapedimonts to
Marriaga, Eheunatitni, riles. Special
attention to cwi from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES recaive speoial attention.
Diseases arising from Irr.prudcmceg.Exoesaea,
Indulgeucos orEiposuras, , r
It la ai.'lf-evldent that, a phyalrlan paying :
partlcitlar sttt'iillon to a rlula of rase attains '
gri'at akli, and phyalelanaln regular praitlre
all over the country knowing tbla, frequently
recommend caestilbe olcl"a'i.(llev In America, '
where evwry known appltauc la retorted U,
and tba prrtvd go,,1 ',u"'l of all
aara ai.d eniintrlea aru tiMHt, A whole houae 1
naed litroihra purpoaea, and all aretreaWd with
aklli In a reitful manner; and. knowing '
what to do. noiparlm.ntaraniad. Ou ac
count of tlia graat number applying, tha
rhargea aro krft low. often lower tnan la
drnnandeal bv othara If you aecnra tba akl'l
nd get a speedy and perfect life ruYe, that la
. tba Tmpnrlaut matter. J'tuiphlet. m p j
rat to any addreas frs. ,
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following nu men .,. no may marry, wnonoi;
whyf I'nwr age to marry. Who marry first.
3auhorl. woman1ionl. Phvalral rteoar
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